Fill your tank, office folks.
Following its first branch at Central Chidlom, Siwilai Cafe brings its grab-and-go cafe Energy Station to Central World’s The Offices building, serving both on-the-go bites and to-go drinks as well as wine and beer at night.
With an aim to support local farmers and communities, the brains behind The Energy Station source high-quality beans—with two blend options, mountain blend and river blend—from coffee growers across Thailand, specifically from the North. Order Citrus Tonic (B150), a citrusy coffee made with Thai Tonic Nammon or Energy Bomb (B150), a dirty coffee topped with shredded dark chocolate. Not keen on coffee? Their Nutty Chocolate (B140) can get you going with decadent chocolate and peanut-butter flavors.
Citrus Tonic (B150). Photo: Porpor Leelasestaporn / BK Magazine
Food-wise, the hearty sandwiches are the stars here. We tried their paprika fried chicken sandwich with tomato, cabbage, slaw, sour cream, and mozzarella cheese (B260). We also love the BKK Cheesesteak (B280) with slices of beef steak, onions, and cheddar cheese. If bread isn’t enough to satisfy your craving, then go for the crab super bowls (B280), rice congee with a whole crab featuring crab roe, garlic, ginger, and coriander.
Crab Super Bowls (B280). Photo: Porpor Leelasestaporn / BK Magazine
Fans of chef Saki Hoshino’s ice cream can also find her sweet creations from Yora here, with ice cream cups starting at B120 and sandos at B145.
Photo: Porpor Leelasestaporn / BK Magazine
At night, your morning refill station also serves booze. So, in case you need to get tipsy for the OT, this is the place for you. The wine is available both by the glass (starting at B390) and bottle (B1,950), and Singha lager will set you back B160. By Porpor Leelasestaporn
Nutty Chocolate (B150). Photo: Porpor Leelasestaporn / BK Magazine
|Address:||Energy Station, G/F. The Offices Building. Central World, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Opening hours:||daily 7am-8pm|
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